What does a cocoa tree look like? How does a cocoa bean become a bar of chocolate? How does the yoghurt filling get inside? And why is RITTER SPORT square in the first place? Use your senses of sight, sound, smell, taste and touch to reveal all the secrets of the “Food of the Gods” and explore the world of chocolate through play.
No parents allowed? It may sound unfair but there's a reason to it: it gives the children all the more space for creativity as they make their own RITTER SPORT chocolate and packaging with the help of educators. And you? Pick up some new ideas in the RITTER MUSEUM or enjoy the MUSEUM CAFÉ until the mini master chocolatiers proudly present you with their creations!
Crunchy RITTER SPORT Whole Hazelnuts, fine RITTER SPORT Marzipan, tasty RITTER SPORT Strawberry Yoghurt or, for simplicity's sake, all of them? Browse through our ChocoShop at your leisure, discover new varieties and try them out at the ChocoBar. By the way, there are always some great deals at our factory outlet. Let us surprise you!
Discover Marli Hoppe-Ritter's fascinating collection of contemporary geometric and abstract art in the museum building designed by the Swiss architect Max Dudler. Everything revolves around the square. The MUSEUM CAFÉ offers a lovely view of the valley and treats you to light meals and premium chocolate specialties.
RITTER SPORT in Waldenbuch
Tues-Sun, 11 a.m. - 6 p.m.
Closed on Mondays